(E–pub READ) [The Getaway]


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    (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Jim Thompson Download The Getaway I didn't believe a word of this and it's not like this was a first novel it was his 19th so I'm thinking that he was maybe drunk in charge of a typewriter or was just having a real bad month or something First off I don't like characters called Doc Even if they're doctors This is a personal uirk so I tried to disregard it

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    (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] 35 out of 5 stars”The French seem to appreciate best Thompson’s brand of terror Roman noir literally ‘Black novel’ is a term reserved especially for novelists such as Thompson Cornell Woolrich and David Goodis Only Thompson however fulfills the French notion of both noir and maudit the accursed and self destructive It is an unholy picture that Thompson presentsThompson’s male leads are almost always schizophr

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    Jim Thompson õ 4 Read Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Jim Thompson Download The Getaway Doc McCoy Rudy Piehead Torrento and an accomplice rob the Beacon City Bank and immediately begin double crossing each other Can Doc McCoy and his wife make it to Mexico before Torrento takes them down or the police catch them?The Getaway it the tale of a bank heist and its aftermath told in Jim Thompson's bleak style Actually it's really light compared to the other four Thompson's I've read up to this point akin to Richard Stark's Parker s

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    (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] Download The Getaway What the fffaaaThat’s not the endingI saw the moviethat’s not what happenedMy initial response to the ending of The Getaway was not positive I think I needed to digest it for a while before writing the review I was on board until that last chapter So I thought about it read an interesting review that focused on the ending of the book re read the last chapter andI’m cool with it All these smart as hell authors with their h

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    (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] I really enjoyed reading this book; first printed in 1958 and reissued in new editions several times The Getaway is one of the most original and rather funny crime novels I've ever owned

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    Download The Getaway Jim Thompson õ 4 Read (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] This is one of the better Jim Thompson noirs I've read It's a twisty chase novel with the expected double crosses close calls and violent clashe

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    Download The Getaway (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Jim Thompson 45 stars The Getaway begins with what would usually be the middle of most heist stories and is mostly about the aftermath of the crime hence the title But the story is not your usual Bonnie and Clyde type thriller This highly suspenseful yarn i

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    (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Jim Thompson YO GUYS FROM DUSK TILL DAWN IS BASICALLY A REWORK OF THIS 1958 BOOK????? Two robbers on the run one of them recently out of prison being chased down by the law in a manhunt taking hostages and trying desperately to get to the border in order to cross over to a mythical Mexican paradise city called El Rey? Robert Rodrigu

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    (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] It begins as a typical terse thriller and in the last chapter suddenly turns into a surreal hybrid of Kakfa Borges andermSteely Dan Highly recommended

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    Download The Getaway (E–pub READ) [The Getaway] Jim Thompson õ 4 Read Thompson’s strength is his uncanny ability to create chillingly credible portraits of criminals and misfits at the far edges of society This story of a bank robbery and its aftermath is a common enough plot but write with such style and originality that it leaves the reader calling out for but at just under 200 pages it’s the perfect length and gripping throughout Unlike the films the novel has a savagely

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  • 02 September 2020
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The Getaway Read  104 Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Jim Thompson Jim Thompson õ 4 Read Doc McCoy is the most skilled criminal alive But when for the first time in Doc's long criminal career his shot doesn't hit the mark everything begins to fall apart And Doc begins to realize that the perfect bank robbery isn't complete. I didn t believe a word of this and it s not like this was a first novel it was his 19th so I m thinking that he was maybe drunk in charge of a typewriter or was just having a real bad month or something First off I don t like characters called Doc Even if they re doctors This is a personal uirk so I tried to disregard it Second if this Doc McCoy is such an all round criminal mastermind and that is the very term used on p 58 groan how come he got caught and went down for a 20 stretch in the first place Third didn t he notice that his right hand man for the bank heist was a drooling psycho who was uite likely to fuck up the whole caper Fourth I don t think a clan of hill people rebels and outlawspeople with a very real sense of honor the boss of which is a six foot woman called Ma of course she is would be old friends with this superior criminal mastermind at all since all he does is dishonourably

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The Getaway Read  104 Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Jim Thompson Jim Thompson õ 4 Read Without the perfect getaway to back it upTHE GETAWAY is the classic story of a bank robbery gone horribly wrong where the smallest mistakes have catastrophic conseuences and shifting loyalties lead to betrayals and chaos The basis for t. What the fffaaaThat s not the endingI saw the moviethat s not what happenedMy initial response to the ending of The Getaway was not positive I think I needed to digest it for a while before writing the review I was on board until that last chapter So I thought about it read an interesting review that focused on the ending of the book re read the last chapter andI m cool with it All these smart as hell authors with their high falootin metaphors that are typically lost on a dummy like me I m a literal guy Thankfully someone smarter than me explained a couple of things and I pretty much did a 180 view spoiler The symbolism of the underwater holes as coffins the rotting pile of manure as their putrefaction and the boat trip to El Rey as their ride across the River Styx to hell was amazing after somebody spelled it out for me I m a dummy hide spoiler

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The Getaway Read  104 Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Jim Thompson Jim Thompson õ 4 Read He classic Steve Mcueen film of the same name as well as a 1994 remake with Alec Baldwin Thompson's novel set the bar for every heist story that followed but as Thompson's proved time and again nobody's ever done it better than the mast. 45 stars The Getaway begins with what would usually be the middle of most heist stories and is mostly about the aftermath of the crime hence the title But the story is not your usual Bonnie and Clyde type thriller This highly suspenseful yarn is ultimately about the disintegration of this couple s relationship as their journey leads them into some deep shit literally The only disappointing thing is the build up of a great character with lots of potential that ultimately goes nowhereThis is my 2nd Jim Thompson novel and it turns out to be just as haunting bizarre and all out ballsy as my first A Hell of a Woman And just like in that book The Getaway has an ending that will first make you pause and think to yourself Wait what in the fhold on did I just read that and then make you want to go back and read the entire book again I definitely can t wait to see what his other books are likeYou tell yourself it i